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#21 Post by I65 » Mon Nov 21, 2005 3:11 pm

Just Like Honey... wrote:
Ithildriel65 wrote:Yes, I agree. As it hit a blustery 49 here last night I wondered that myself :P

We have snow on the ground.
:shock: What's snow? :shock: :P

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#22 Post by Just Like Honey... » Tue Nov 22, 2005 4:33 am

You don't have to ask me that twice. It's usually on the ground up here from about November - April/May. Of course shortly after new year's I'll be attending a wedding in Houston (The furthest south I've been so far is Concord, NH :roll: ) and this will be during the dead of winter here, so I should get a pleasantly intense culture shock.
I'd rather be a gear in a big, deterministic, physical machine than just some random swerving.

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#23 Post by Congruous » Tue Nov 22, 2005 4:09 pm

Texas in January is a blast. Once when I was living in Germany I got sent to tech school in San Antonio in January. It was great to be able to wear shorts.

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#24 Post by adrien950 » Wed Nov 23, 2005 1:32 am

I'm heading out to San Antonio tommorrow to spend Thanksgiving Weekend with my wife's family. It's going to be in the mid-80's. :?

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#25 Post by Congruous » Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:59 am

You're lucky. I'm just over in Atlanta, and it is in the the thirties this morning. It'll be in the fifties tomorrow afternoon, but at least it will be sunny.

Have a great Thanksgiving!

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